In recent years, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most frequently diagnosed disorders among school-age children to the point nowadays it is discussed whether it is an epidemic. Inattention, impulsivity and emotional instability are some of the most common symptoms of this disorder and children suffering from it are generally medicated from very early ages. Medication does not cure the disorder; it only masks the symptoms, but can also be dangerous. Can massive ADHD diagnoses be attributed to adults' lack of tolerance towards childrens uncomfortable behaviors? Quincy Fisher is a psychiatrist specialized in childrens issues. Since ten years ago, he has been investigating intervention processes and strategies to help children adapt to the environment and develop healthily.